Thompson, Meier & King, P.C. helped support the Riverfest Arts and Craft Festival this past weekend by entering into the scarecrow competition. Riverfest is the largest fundraising event for the Service League of Cherokee County. The Service League is a group of 100 woman who volunteer to raise money for underprivileged children of Cherokee County, Georgia. One of our own, Ashley T. Carlile, was accepted into the Service League this year and spent this past weekend volunteering at the event.
Thompson, Meier and King P.C. is pleased to announce that Will Tate and Lauren Keller have joined the firm as associate attorneys.
Will is a graduate of Pickens High School. After high school he attended Georgia Tech where he obtained both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Civil Engineering. After a few years working as a project engineer, he left to attend law school at Georgia State. After graduation he worked for an Atlanta law firm that specialized in construction disputes and then represented clients in Chapter 7 and 13 bankruptcy proceedings. Will enjoys mountain biking, hiking, college sports (especially Georgia Tech), and working on any mechanical or household project. Will is married to a physician practicing in Canton and is the father to two wonderful boys. Will represents clients in civil litigation, construction disputes and bankruptcy cases.
Lauren grew up in the Woodstock area and attended Lassiter High School. Lauren received her bachelor’s degree from Florida State University and her law degree from the University of Georgia. After law school, Lauren practiced criminal defense in Henry and Clayton counties and is an experienced trial attorney. When she’s not in the courtroom, Lauren enjoys spending time with friends and family, cooking and cheering on her favorite college team (especially Florida State). Lauren handles juvenile, family law and civil litigation cases.